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THE BEND BULLETIN.
HHNI), OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1905.
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
TJtUtl'IIONK NO. SI
i.iui. inrArx nomiur
ami mm 11.
TAtUt AMI CUV
, J. L. A.cCULLOCH.
Abstracter nnd ISxnnilncr of 'Illicit.
I.aml ikhI.Taim l,ivlfil After
if Nun ItraMtnla,
HOTAHV IH1W.U' . . INMJKAHCK
A. H. GRANT
. Agent for. ,
Liverpool, London c (llobc, nSid
Lnucnslilro Fire liisilrritico
Companies. ,,,. . .
, - ORHflOS
II. I'. llUlKKAr M II CHA H IttlWAIHh U. I)
brs. Belknap & Edwards,
MUSICIANS AND SUKGT.ONS.
(llfWeat Mr.t uf Wlmirk'a IfUe fttotr.
J. M. LAWRENCti,
V. . COMMIMIOHIIM.
Notary I'uUlic. Insurance, Tdwimhip
Pints for UjijMjr Dcsclittlos Vnllcy.
Miss Grace Jones
H Hyw tealy f"f pillule ami eSM ! ImiihI
I hl inkl'in' 'il XiM AWHtie unit 1XI1
Mini IIIINII. ().
Crook County Really Co
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
I.lfo nnd Accident
urrKKin suuiriH vaiii.in mhii.osmoi
Barber Shop & Baths
Jk--t of arcommodrttioiM nnd
work ironiitly done,...
WAI.I. NT. 1INI. OKKOOK
PR 1 NEV 1 LL E
I J I 1H L riuior
Till 1 t and Room always clean
anil well nupplled-RateH n-aMinnble
Ttaitarr Mast, Art ofjaaej. ?
NOTICK KOIt lTHLICATlOW
V WalMt Offce. Thr ll.Hr. (MrgoH.
July 11. i.
Nolle I lirrttnrjtvcM that Ih eompliaHce with
the- mwvmmmm oTlSi Art t'!m of jMMe f.
M.cMUIol. ' Am art for tar aale of llmt lamia
(a law alatoa of California. iwr(tm. Xrta4a. ami
H'aahlHatoa Trrtilorr " aa ralrmlrd lu all Hie
pablie laad alalra hy Art of Alias 4. 1 '
fotknrtat-itaased prranaa ban u Ihta dat ftlcd
Ih IMltunkc lk Ir awora sUUmrMt. tu Mil
ofJKfo euaalvaf Marlon. etatfof OM
awatH ataUMral Mo My lot l xirchat ul
the HK mm nWK . l . r h .
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R4m U- rarriah,
of JaWiiwm. eoasiy of Mario, state of Orvgan,
.woru atatviawtil m. assi, far lb pare ul
lh hwW of oat . M m . r it , w n.
Jaiia T. JutMa,
of 1 t rami, torn ly taf Martoa, Mat of OKgua ,
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Ibr aK ul hc it. I), to a, r M . w at.
Thalilio wlllnaVr uroolaloabowlhallMUmli
aoaghl an mot tatuabW brtbllatbr or alone
(bcrruu than lot afrlcullural parpooa. and lu
atabttah i ! k t ilaiait lo aald laud Wmt Ike
Kralatti ami Kilm, al Tb Halloa, OftajoH,
HTtaWimnrr lo W4
Tby namr a wliiiraart II. A Volr, of
" lTlHyilU' urrisou JubaT Jonn. Itdaa l Par
llaaVj. W l'aiuh and William U. ChrUiaaacu.
AHyaixl all iHroi rlalmlna adrrty any of
lb abuvr laiu art r,ud lo file Ihrlr elalw
iHthhiufflrcuiiorutfot lb aW loth day of
ai-Hj MICIIAIII. T NOI.AN. KgMf.
rimurr Mnd. Art Jim J, l7
NOTICK KOll I'UHMCATION.
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aiitmlr i. iv4.
Natl l h rhy bIwii that lu cohiImiicc llli
111 ltr!MHl "I Ih Art uf ConaiMa f June 3.
lift, aitlllM. "AH W ' NlorUmbrUii.la
III Die atNlMofCallfor ilia, Oregon. Nevada. RtHl
WaaiiliigloH Tvinlory." a raltmlnl lo all lie
MiUltc laiwl Utc by Acl of Aiigiitt 4. iftw. llje
yiowing lairauH have llleil In lliltolllue llitlr
aivuru aMUineiita, to wit.
of Html, WHiily ofClool.. aUIr of OrKiin, won;
lAleuiviit No . fiirllie uncliu of the ncK
ort4, lp ti a, r Mv, w in.
I Aiigmlc II IWtlicnel,
or lleinl, codiily of CriMiVi atnle of Orrgoii.av.nrii
aljilvliiriil No. JM. fur III niiclinc of IlieacU
uficC4, l Jl a, r I4". w m
IMIay It llrowili
of lleinl. county of Crook. Hate of Oregon, aworii
. i... -..... i w.. .w. Tin IIif nun liuir ul the IWM
ofatc, tUia. r 14 c, w iu
Tlmt tliry will nlTrr roiflo allow Hint III land
aouglil I more valuable for IU tlmtwr or atone
tlimi for agricultural purpiMe. and lo olnlilluli
lliclr claim lo aald Imid before J. M Lawrence
U. rl. CommlMloiicr, nt III olllcent lleud, Ore
gon, on biitutiliiy the vtli day or December IVS'
Tlitv iiame im wllnraaeai WHIInm llatdwln,
. Augunte II. ItitcbeiM, l'' ' rown. Inlay
; l. Iirowii mid Cliurtra McKlniioii, alt of lleinl,
Any ami all pernona claiming aihcracly Hie
a WeHleacrll.c.1 lamU ale rejtuc.led tj. file their
claim in IhUoinrc oil or Ixrore Ul tU day
or December, lyOJ. , , ,
jo-dl J.il. WXT60N,KUUr.
DO YOUR TRADINO WITH
Wo aro headquarters for the
Most Complete and Uptodate Stock
IN CENTRAL OREGON
llTPr In Carload
k r r
Doors1 and Windows Paints and Oils
Prepared RoofingAbsolutely Fire-proof
and Cheaper than Shingles
Big Line of Plows & Harrows
ff The most complete stock of
j GROCERIES AT COST
I for thirty days only
Bend Mercantile Company J
v, , , iilMl.,w
I linve completed arrangements whereby I can
liHiullc h nninlKT of rixkI timtier claims, in the Des
clintes titnler belt, at once Title must be erfect.
I have bK!(iaI inquiry Just now for land iu Tps.
it, 31, 23 mid i S , K. 1 1 K., and if imrties owning
IaikI there will commtiiiicitte with me, it may result to
the advantage of all concerned.
J. N. HUNTER,
General Cruiser and Land Locator
ccauso we are selling
quality at a closer margin is a very good
reason why you will find our store tho
best place to buy anything in tho lino of
Groceries, Brygoods, Furnish
ings, Shoes, Hardware, Sash and
Doors, Paints and Oils
The PINE TREE STORE
12. A. SAIMIiR, iltOIUII2TOU
Bend-Silver Lake Stage
G. A. COOK, Proprietor
LRAVIIS BEND every evening but Sunday on arriv
al of l'rineville stage, runs through to Silver Lake in so
LttoVBS SILVER LAKE every morning except
Monday at 6 o'clock, arrives at Ueud 1:30 next morning.
Best of Accommodations on the Route.
Fare Through, $7.50; round trip, $14. Forty pounds
of baggage free; express 3 cents a pound.
Best Printing at TiT. Bulletin Office.
The best galvanized wire on the
Coast. WH1 not rustJ
tho same and better
up the Deschutes
Present Trend of Railroad
COLUMBIA SOUTHERN DOUBTS
Atoy be Gnllreiy New Line on Easy
Grade Up the Canyon from
MoUth of River.
The Oregon Knstcrn surveyors
are still engaged iu locating a rail
road Hue between Madras and
ISciid. Two of them pufced through
Hetid last Monday morning, head
ing for duck shooting. J5ut they
said they couldn't get far away
from the line for they had serious
busiucMj on hand iu surveying.
Ndw comes the report that
another crew of engineers has
started at llic mouth of the Des
chutes river to locate a line up the
canyon, nud the intimation is that
they will connect with the force
now in the field between Madras
and lleud. If this be 'so it js a
pretty safe assumption that they
arc not Oregon Kastern men at all
but arc operating in that name to
conceal their real connections. The
Oregon Knstcrn is incorporated to
build from Natron, (near Hugcne)
Another bit of news this week is
that the Great Southern has men in
the Madras locality rccounoitcring
the country. It is freely conceded
by all that a railroad coming from
the north will get onto Agency
plains for the traffic that is there
offered, and it is further conceded
that the crossing of Crooked Tivcr
will be near Forest rather than at
the impossible canyon at Trail.
Meantime there is no lack of in
terest iu the Corvnllis & Kastern,
which is by many regarded as the
logical road for Central Oregon and
sure 10 be built.
RAILROAD MAN'S VIEWS.
Says Corvnllis & Eastern Is Surely
Coming Across Central Oregon.
The following interview touch
the railroad situation iu Central
Oregon appeared in the Portland
Journal a few days ago;
"I'.. II. ilarrititaii haaau option oh tlte
Corvnlli .St Kaatern railway ami can take
ovt-r the Aktoria & Columbia River road
whenever lie want it. The? Columbia
Southern will not be evtemled south
wanl. If IUrniuan iiitcreaU travel
Central Oregon, with h malt of their
own roiifttructioii, it will be the Corvallia
line that will be built onward to Ontario."
The forgoing it the aubaUnca of a
kUlement uuule yesterday by one of the
tiewt informed railroad men of the north
weat, who haa lieen in a poaition to
learn the facta relating to the building
llunt. Ilia opinion ia regarded a
worthy of acceptance and hit atatenieut
of anything fact ia taken at full value.
"I "happen to know jut why Mr. liar
riuian dorau'l extend the Columbia
Southern if a becauae he knows that the
grades are alinoat prohibitive on that
Rue ami that the Corvallia & Kaatern
can be built to Uutario from Iilaulta, the
present terminus, crosaing the Cascade
rauge of mounUius, and the maximum
grade that would be encountered would be
per cent ou the western side of the rauge
and I i-i)er cent 011 the eastern side.
"It has Wu proved by the engineers
that the Conallis Jfc Kaatern may lie ex
tended from lilanlut, the terminus 011
the western slope of the Cmaradea, to the
summit of tua mountain through the
Minto paa, between the Three Sisters
and Mount Jefferson, with a maximum
grade of i per cent ; cross tlte mountain
and go down the eastern slope with a
tiuvMinuiu grade of 1 aud !-.( to 1 and 1-2
per cent, until the great basin of central
Oregon is reached, after which the road
would run through iiracticMUy level coun
try to Ontario, with the Malheur rher
as the outlet nt the easturn terminus.
"Such it rood would lie better from n
stragetic poiut of view than the Colum
bia Southern, too, for feeders' could be
built north nud south from the main
line to serve every corner of the 56,-too
sipmre unlit of country in the central
lmrt of the state tlmt now lias no rail
"I know that Mr, Ilnrriumu in in a
position to take over the Corvallis &
ltnbturu utnuy time he elects. Mr. Ham
mond, who own the road, is interested
with Mr, Ilurriiimii iu iuuuuiiM! tracts of
redwood iu California nud iu timber
lauds iu other localitos, nud not only
would find it to his advantage to sell
the Corvnllis & Kastern line to him, but
also to dispose of the stock in the Asto
ria & Columbia River road to the Union
"If the Corvnllis line be extended, ns
I am certain it will be. 11 branch would
be built northward from the western
slope of the Cascades to Portland, prob
ably through Silvertoit or some point
near that town.
'Take the innp and study the geog
raphy of the state nud yon will see that
the Corvallia extension, as I have indi
cated, would give nu almost airline be
tween Portland nud Ontario, with 30
to sa miles less distance aud lliditer
grades tlmii ate now encountered ou the
main Hue of the O. It; & N. through the
It is understood that tile Harrlmnii
intercuts may select the paw farther
south through the Cascades, connecting
with the Southern Pacific near Albany,
but The Journal's informant inclined to
the Itclief that the entrance would be in
the manner set forth In his statement.
Back From Salem.
E. D. Hcndrickson, who repre
sented the Deschutes Settlers' As
sociation at the recent meeting of
the state land board to consider the
irrigation question of this locality,
returned home Saturday. Hc ex
pressed satisfaction at what had
been accomplished at the land
board conference and was convinc
ed that it would be for the good of
A Salem dispatch to the Evening
"The blank form of application
to purchase laud, contracts for
water and the release of lien, which
the Deschutes Irrigation & Power
Company have prepared and
been using, have all been set aside
by the board and a new set will be
prepared, which will meet the ob
jections of the board. As far as
possible, the laud-Owners' objections
will be considered, so that the new
blanks may be satisfactory to all
A dispatch iu the Oregouian last
night says the attorney general has
rendered an opinion to the effect
that the D. I. & P. Co. can collect
interest on the amount of its lien
only from the date of reclamation,
and not from the date of contract.
The attorney general is of the
opinion, however, that the annual
maintenance-charge is a lieu against
It is understood that the com
pany's application for patent for
18,000 acres will be certified at once,
Ucml People Miss Wrecks.
There was a good deal of un
easiness in the Wicst family a few
days after the disaster to the steam
ship St. Paul became known. Miss
.Marion Wicst, who had been visit
ing several weeks iu Southern Cal
ifomia, was to take that steamer
from San Francisco for Portland.
She was delayed iu starting, how
ever, and did not get away on the
St. Paul, to be piled up on the
treacherous rocks at Humboldt
bay. She came up to Portland in
the following steamer, the Roanoke
and had a very rough passage.
Miss Wicst is now visiting friends
in Portland aud Salem and may
not be home for some weeks yet.
President Tttruey and General
Manager Johnston, of the D. I. &
P. Co., missed a horrible death in
the smash-up of the Twentieth
Century Limited last summer, by
cancelling the reservations which
they had made ou that train and
going to New York one day earlier
ou important business. Mrs. Tin
ney had expected to go with them
to New York but when they hur
ried away she concluded to give up
the trip. However, Mr. Turney
found it so cool in the city that he
telegraphed for his wife to follow,
and she was on the train that was
wrecked, but fortunately occupitd
h car at the rear that did not leave
Messrs. Turney aud Johnston,
when their train passed the poiut
where the accident occurred to the
succeeding train, were iu just the
car where the deadliest work was
Two Knees Injured.
Last Friday noon Glenn Hcnd
rickson, who lives at the five-mile
post on the l'rineville road, suffered
a serious injury to his right knee.
He was a mile or two from home
loading wood on a wagon drawn by
a lour-horse team. One of the
horses became restless nud got the
team tangled up aud Hcndrickson,
in tryiug to straighten out the dif
ficulty, wns struck by the horse
nnd the ligaments of his knee were
seriously torn. Hcndrickson man
aged to get one horse out of the
team aud climb on his back nnd
ride home, nearly fainting two or
three times. Dr. Coe was sum
moned and the injured member
attended to but it will be several
weeks before Hendrickson can do
Miss Jones, while dancing last
week, misplaced her foot nnd her
knee went out of joint, the bones
returning to place immediately,
however. The strain to the liga
ments was quite severe. She has
managed to get to school on crutch
es this week.
D. A. Findhjy has returned from
the,, Villamette' galley with 450
BEST EVER ANALYZED
Report of Ohio Station or.
THIRD TfiST THIS SEASON
Requirements for Establishing the
Industry In this Locality
Lime at Cllno Outtes.
A third analysts of sugar becta
grown on the D. I. & J, Co's farm
has been made; this time ttt the
Ohio Agricultural Experiment
station at Columbus, Ohio. The
report was sent to the Columbus
office of the J). I. & P. Co, A copy
01 uic report, uas occn rcccivca irom
M. C. Miller the assistant secretary
of the company, who writes as
follows: . ,
"Herewith plcasp find copy ot
analysis of tcct.madeby Pofcssor
H. A. Weber,,, of this city. JPro
fessor Webor said that these were
-. - -
the finest bcqts he ever analyzed,
which, 1 thinic, speaks very well lor
the Dcschutea country."
The three -analyses made of the
beets ou the farm.all show that our
soil is capable, of producing high
grade sugar, beets. The first two
are those. 1 made at ,Corvailis, Or.
The third is the one referred to
Spt. , Sept.lt, Oct. (J.
Tercent. Percent, percent.
Sugar la (alee. - l6ca tS.7- 18.58
Purity oT Jstee qo.jo ,1,90, ty.
For the.cs.tabjihmcutpf the beet
sugar tndustry.here wc&usLliavc a
railroad and 4rom. 5iOC-o to 6,000
acrcsof .land under cultivation and
availablqjor this crop, and 100 to
1 50 farrrjers j cady to grow the beets.
A good quantity df limestone at the
rate ofa ton to iaj tons of beets is
also .necessary. Besides the above
requisites it takes $500,000 or
$6oo,poo to construct and properly
equip a factory.
There is limestone atCliucbuttcs
and perhaps at some nearer point.
When we have railroad transport
ation, however, the limestone can
be transported for the beet sugar as
well as for iron smelting. Limc-
stone from near Huntington .and
points even further is used in the
iron plant at Oswego.
WILL FIRST (JET OUT LOOS
Stock of Dry Lumber Uefore Sashes
The hauling of 400,000 feet of
saw logs already cut in the woods,
will be the first undertaking of the
Musters, who recently purchased
the Steidl & Reed sawmill and
timber holdings. When the logs
have all been delivered at the null,
the manufacturing into lumber will
be taken up and the mill run at full
blast until this has been accomplish
ed. These logs have been cut for
several mouths and it is the inten
tion to dispose of them before their
value diminishes from exposure to
the weather. The big taction
engine is now being reparred and
will be ready for hauling next week
Felix I.iuater is now directing
the affairs of the company here,
having takett full possession of the
property last Monday morning.
He states that his father, Henry
Linster, and the family are expect
ed to arrive about November 10.
alter which time the plans for the
development of the business will
assume definite shape.
Seven rooms of the Orcutt hotel,
at Lytic, have been secured for
residence quarters for the family
.it present, but a new residence will
be built across the river from the
mill as soon as other matters are
under way satisfactorily. A sub
stantial bridge is also to be thrown
across the Deschutes at the mill.
When asked about the plans of
installing the machinery for the
sash and door factory, Mr. Linster
said that it would first be necessary
to get on hand a considerable
quantity of dry lumber, and for the
present this would receive first at
tention. The additional machin
ery will be placed as soon as the
dry material is on hand, which
will probably be late m the winter.
The J. L. Kevers arrived home
Wedneday from Eugene, where they
were held several weeks by the
illness of Mr. Kever.
Ivan t,andes rode from Silver
Lake to llend, 87 xjniles, in eight
hours, on his motor-cycle, last